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Sunday morning service was opened with music then prayer requests and prayer. We then sang some congregational hymns.
Sister Joyce Erickson sang a beautiful and moving special. Brother Roberts brought the message from Exodus 14:11-17, “Right Perspective versus Wrong Perspectives.”
The evening service was a movie about hidden secrets. It was very good.
Those visiting Bob and Nora Edwards on Sunday were Tillie, Seth and Gage Fowler and Ryan Breshears.
Mary Mackey and Nora Edwards enjoyed spending the day in Springfield on Thursday, going to garage sales, shopping and having lunch at Red Lobster. Delmar and I took a short trip to Nowata, Oklahoma then to Coffeeville, Kansas, then came by and visited Lou West in Marionville for awhile before meeting Becky Carter in Nixa and having lunch with her before coming on home.
On Monday, Donna Bannister came down and spent the day with u and we made a trip to Ozark and met Becky Carter for lunch. We stopped by Lowe’s and bought a little lumber for a fence.
We are glad to hear that Jack Breshears came through his surgery and is home now after a one night stay in the hospital.
On Thursday Nora Hunsaker and Lee Williams visited with us and also went to some yard sales.
I had a nice visit with Stacie, Mahayla, Miley and Lucas Hamby on Thursday afternoon.
On Friday, Shawn, Summer and Caidence Johnson came down and spent the day with us. We sure enjoyed spoiling our great granddaughter some more.
On Saturday evening Delmar and I enjoyed visiting with Bob and Linda McCleary at McDonald’s. We stopped back by Gary and Bevy Moore’s and visited with them and Raylee and Caydee Burton.
On Sunday Kim Huff came home with us from church and spent the afternoon. Kim and I made a short visit to our neighbors, Matt and Clarice Michael’s to see the new baby girl. They have given her the beautiful name of Merrilee Maeve Michael. The name matches her just perfectly. Mamma and baby are doing fine and I believe daddy is doing fine too.